Tag Archives: Linux

[WebMin] Setting up DNS on a Linux Dedicated Server

Here is a 2-part video tutorial on setting up DNS on a Linux Dedicated Server using the WebMin Panel.

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Git, Mercurial and Bazaar – A Comparison

Open-source Version Control Systems have come a long way since the days of CVS. SVN, one of the most successful VCS to be ever used,  is now loosing its ground to a new genre of VCS known as DVCS or Distributed Version Control Systems. A DVCS or Distributed Version Control System is a version control software where each working copy contains the full history of all the revisions, thereby making it a fully functional code-base repository and a remote backup to the original code-base. With the increasing size of teams working on the same code-base, the need for DVCS was apparent. We are going to compare the three most popular open-source DVCSs – i.e. Git, Mercurial and Bazaar.

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[How To] Setup Cherokee with PHP5 FPM

In this “how to” we will see how to setup cherokee on Ubuntu with PHP5-FPM (FastCGI Process Manager). Although the cherokee CookBook claims that “If PHP-fpm binaries are found, those will be prioritized over the regular binaries.”  it turns out that the latest stable version of cherokee in Launchpad gives errors while enabling it. So here is the work around.

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